Cavities Accompanied By Right Head And Neck Pain?
I have cavities but there is no swelling … but why does the right side hurt, my eyes get smaller … it hurts … why doesn’t it work?
Thank you for the question.
Cavities, if the hole is deep enough to reach the tooth root, it will certainly cause pain. Pain in these teeth can sometimes be quite severe, even spread to the head and neck. Often, this condition also causes swelling in the area around the teeth, not only the gums, but also the cheeks, which when pressed up will cause the eyes to feel smaller.
Apart from the effects of your cavities, your complaints may also occur due to migraines, cluster headaches, sialadenitis, rhinosinusitis, hypertension, neck nerve nerves, metabolic disorders, viral or bacterial infections, head injuries, eye inflammation (eg conjunctivitis) , blepharitis, uveitis, keratitis), tired eyes, acute closed-angle glaucoma, and so on.
Try going to see your doctor directly so that you can do a more in-depth evaluation related to your condition, and given the right treatment. If you find that the focus of your complaint originates from your cavities, the doctor will usually direct you to see a dentist so that you are given a good solution. Not only that, so that the pain you feel is better, now you should take paracetamol and compress the sides of your head and neck with warm water. Limit activities that make your eyes tired, like reading small print, staring at excessive gadgets, or driving long distances. Do not forget, be more diligent in brushing your teeth, continued gargling with salt solution, and do not always eat food that is too hot, cold, hard, and sticky.
Hope this helps ...
head to neck pain, discomfort in the eyes,